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NAS

abbr.
1. National Academy of Sciences
2. naval air station

NAS

or N.A.S.,

1. National Academy of Sciences.
2. naval air station.
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The subject of the public contract is to extend the disk capacity of two Dell Compellent SC8000 disk arrays of 2 disk shelves, That each disk array will be expanded by one disk of the SSD disk.
Intel has begun shipping its RAID 6 I/O accelerator processors, and disk array and controller suppliers are delivering RAID 6 capable PCI-Express controllers.
Precise Software Solutions (Nasdaq: PRSE) extends its market reach with the launch recently of the industry's first application performance tuning solution for Hewlett-Packard Company's HP Surestore XP disk array family.
a leading data storage solutions company, today introduced Enterprise RAID 6, a high performance, high reliability disk array featuring enterprise class SATA (E-SATA) disk drives and dual parity RAID 6 data protection.
Contract notice: Disk array and disk array components, data switch, tape library copy, uninterruptible power supplies and components purchased.
While Super DLTtape II and LTO tape technologies have implemented WORM capability, the same approach has been adopted by several disk array vendors, using electronic keys to provide unalterable data on hard disk media--disk-based WORM storage.
In addition, when combined with Addonics Mobile Racks, or the Addonics Disk Array 4SA, the configuration possibilities are almost endless.
The increasing number of iSCSI disk array offerings, known as "bricks," will accelerate this trend.
The first type of disk option, simply buying an inexpensive disk array and backing up to a filesystem, doesn't sound that expensive at first.
The NetApp gFiler solution has extended its storage systems support to include the HP(R) StorageWorks XP Disk Array family and the IBM(R) TotalStorage DS4000 series (formerly named "FAStT"), complementing existing support for Hitachi Data Systems(R), Hitachi Limited(R), Sun(R) StorEdge(R) 9900 Disk Array family, and IBM Enterprise Storage Server disk array systems.
In other words, the 8Gb/s Fibre Channel speeds between the disk drives on a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC--AL) all within a storage disk array.
By incorporating nStor product into its D Series Backup Appliance, STORServer can offer high-end performance while reducing the number and complexity of SATA disk array connections.